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Edition No. 215

Date:- 22 August 2005

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LITTER IS A SHORE THING!

VOLUNTEERS have been busy with their bin bags this week as they make their local area look spick and span. The area involved is on the Mersey Way national footpath route, between Dungeon Point and Oglet Lane where it joins the beach, and includes areas above and below the cliffs. It a picturesque area with a magnificent view across the Mersey Estuary. More than a hundred people have helped and will stand back and admire their efforts tomorrow at the final session.

The Liverpool Culture Company's Creative Communities initiative has helped fund the event. Creative Environment manager, Sarah Vasey, said:- "The event is right on the border of Liverpool and Halton, so the 2 areas have been working together and we're hoping for twice as many volunteers as normal! Oglet Shore should be a much nicer place to be once we've finished our big tidy-up."

Liverpool city council's Neighbourhood Officer Arthur Savage has rolled up his sleeves to help. He said:- "Unfortunately this area's relative remoteness on the edge of a large settlement makes it a favourite location for fly tipping which blights the area. It is this problem that we hope to address."

Volunteers from the Merseyfest event in Sefton Park will be taking part. The Christian community has got together in Liverpool to provide their time for free to help within the community. Also involved are the South Liverpool Neighbourhood Management Team and Halton Borough Council.

Letters To Editor:-  "Hydro Active Women's Leonard Cheshire Challenge 2005."

"I'M asking all of your female readers to take part in Hydro Active Women's Challenge 2005 - in support of disability charity Leonard Cheshire.

The Hydro Active Women's Challenge is a series of women only 5K events around the country. Held on Sunday 4 September in London Hyde Park, Birmingham and Liverpool, the event is designed for runners and potential fundraisers of all different ages and abilities. You don't have to be ultra fit to be part of this amazing day- the emphasis is on having fun. All we are asking for is registration fee of £25 and for you to raise as much sponsorship money as possible. Entrants who generate £100 sponsorship and over, will be entered into a free draw to win a luxury break in London.

Leonard Cheshire is a fantastic organisation which supports over 21,000 disabled people throughout the UK. I hope that you will take this opportunity to sign up and join the Leonard Cheshire team!

The deadline is fast approaching, so please call the Events Team on 0870 420 4301 or click here to email  to register today!"
Luke Hamill, Dean McVerry, The Bill

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